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     This Part of the book is designated to develop with the Reader an ability to MAKE SUMMARY of tremendous volumes of Information and to bring His (or Her) thinking to the actual advance of Modern progress of evolutionary and historical events. Lurking in the jungles of philosophic postulates and their multiple interpretations which are described here will not contribute to "geniality" or "talent" but will enable to find way in the routine of the massed "playing with words". The efforts applied to reasonable comprehension, whether it agrees or disagrees with the outlined, will benefit only to strengthen personal views of the individual on the surrounding world, inhabited by each of us. As for the establishing the Cosmic Memory Type in prospect, it depends on the achievements of Scientific and Technological Progress applied to the scholar education. Well, if you are not afraid and if You did not get bored with the foresaid, come on now!

"The simpler are prerequisites, the more various are the phenomena it links, the more extensive is the area of its application, the more impressive is the THEORY... "
(Non-literate translation from Albert Einstein )

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2.1.1  EMISSION & ABSORPTION or the basic Movement characteristics

MOVEMENT is the real state of the Nature, essence of existence of the Universe!

     "Any MOVEMENT means the availability of ITS Source and Scope of the features spread by IT. To describe the process of Their mutual activities the physical categories of  EMISSION and ABSORPTION match ideally. These categories easily describe the comprehensive PRINCIPLE of REFLECTION."

     So, in the most summarized understanding the EMISSION is a certainly shaped and directed material movement which has an extremely miscellaneous density of distribution of various forms of its existence. Therefore it is likely to judge that the direction of random Emittences is defined not only by the characteristics of its sources, but also the resistance of the environment towards their spreading. The resistance of the environment is related with the OVER-EMISSION and ABSORPTION processes acting against the EMISSION.
     These two processes cannot exist in the absence of either of them, since in the "ideal autonomy" they bring death to any movement. In the first case the COMPLETE OVER-EMISSION leads to self-distracting source effect. (Here the physical principle of definition of the Absolutely White Object is applied). In the second case of the COMPLETE ABSORPTION the destructive exhaustion of the source itself occurs, as a result. (Here the physical principle of definition of the Absolutely Black Object is applied). In other words, the first version destroys the EMISSION effects, i.e. the environment of its influences, while the second - the reason of their emergence.
     The actual absorption of random emanations is defined with a certain extent of resisting ability which describes the sphere of their spreading. Therefore the integrity of the emanating stream is split into two parts being, respectively, the ABSORBED one and the OVER-EMANATED one. Thus, the REFLECTION is the result of work of the "Obstacles" (the Objects Environment) to OVER-EMANATE and ABSORB the received impacts. IT leads to changes within the natural conditions of environment due to energy of Emanations which determines the character of the remaining traces. This process is a true meaning of Emanations Sources REFLECTION.


     On this basis a new definition of Memory is herein given.

MEMORY means the ability existing with the Objects to accumulate in Themselves the results of REFLECTION of the impacts of random EMANATIONS within the ENVIRONMENT in which these Objects exist.

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PRINCIPICS: Copyright (c) Author:  Andrew L. Gerashchenko, E-mail, 1984 - 2005.
Copyright (c) Translation:  Sergey A. Kechkin,  2002 - 2005.
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